[Mono-osx] [MonoMac] Adding WebKit DOM interfaces

Alexander Shulgin alexander.shulgin at yessoftware.com
Thu Nov 11 06:21:27 EST 2010

On 10.11.2010 18:39, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
>     The problem is that these [Model] interfaces aren't converted to any
>     real code during compilation, so `make' complains like
>     `DomEventTarget' does not exist in namespace `MonoMac.WebKit'.
> They are missing the [BaseType] declaration, that is why they do not work.
> As to what [Model] does. it is described in 'Binding Protocols':
> http://monotouch.net/Documentation/Binding_New_Objective-C_Types

Thanks, the link helped a lot.

Attached is what I currently got for DomEvents.  Typical usage:

class ClickHandler : DomEventListener
   public override void HandleEvent(DomEvent evt)
     // handle the event

this.webView.MainFrameDocument.AddEventListener("click", new 
ClickHandler(), true);

Otherwise, client can still use Export attribute to expose handleEvent:, 
though listening to multiple event types/targets might become difficult.

class MainWindowController : NSWindowController
   public void HandleEvent(DomEvent evt)

Note: added WebKit/DomNode.cs to put the DomEventTarget protocol 
implementation there.

Please push if this looks good.

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